Saturday, FEBRUARY 22 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM ( free dowsing class starts 11:00 AM)
Lessons from the life of a Seeker
Multi-Spiritually Transformative Experiencer, Sandra Martin
Taking yoga and learning how to meditate in her teens opened a window into a world that was mysterious and inspiring. Yet it all started because of her own intense spiritual journey with unexplainable experiences when she was young. Later meeting near-death experiencer, Dr. George Ritchie, M.D. opened windows even wider. Dr. Ritchie gave life lessons and spiritual teachings that guided her journey. Her past life memories were resolved while visiting France. Understanding what “life was all about” happened as a small plane she was in crashed into the Grand Canyon. Come hear Sandra relate her remarkable stories. Lessons from the life of a seeker.
Have you ever taken your deep, vague spiritual yearnings to the bookstore aisle and found one volume of wisdom that spoke to you like your oldest friend? Then you owe a lot to Sandra Martin, and you almost certainly didn’t know it. Sandra has been a game-changer in a genre she practically invented and then pushed into the world of publishing and film – the fields of spirituality, parapsychology, self-help and consciousness brought to the mainstream public. Many of Ms. Martin’s literary clients became NY Times best-selling authors and her documentaries won international awards. To her credit, Sandra also created and executive produced a three-hour documentary series for the Discovery Channel titled The Power of Dreams, and for PBS a three-hour documentary series, Intuition for the PBS Pledge Fund Drive. As executive producer for Is It Really Me? she was awarded a CINE Golden Eagle Award.
Some other topics were as diverse as Jim Garrison’s Civilization and the Transformation of Power, Talking to Heaven: A Medium’s Message of Life After Death by James Van Praagh, Scott Sparrow’s I am With You Always: True Stories of Encounters with Jesus, as well as Hunt for the Skinwalker: Science Confronts the Unexplained at a Remote Ranch in Utah by Colm A. Kelleher and George Knapp.
She has served on the boards of astronaut Edgar Mitchell’s Friends for the Institute of Noetic Sciences in New York City, The Rhine Research Center in Durham, NC, Harvard University’s Center for Psychology and Social Change and NurturArt of New York City.
Sandra Martin retired from her years in New York and returned to the family farm on the banks of beautiful Lake Gaston in Bracey, Virginia where her father used dowsing to locate water for wells. She started a consciousness study group in her families old dairy barn, which is still on-going, much enlarged, at a less drafty venue. Sandra now spends her time taking care of her 94 year old mother and cooking deliciousness while writing her book, Snapshots: Memories and Recipes.
Sandra Martin website: TheSandraMartin.com
Directions to The Ferguson Auditorium on Fernihurst Dr., Asheville, NC 28801:
See the MAP & PHOTOS of Ferguson Center building and Parking on our Website at http://wncdowsers.org/2019/05/31/directions-to-abtech-ferguson-building-map/
FROM THE SOUTH: Take I-26 W to Amboy Rd Exit (1c). Turn Right on Meadow Rd at T Stoplight; Left onto Victoria, (sharp up hill); sharp LEFT onto Tech Dr.(or Fernihurst Dr. right next to it, if you miss the small narrow Tech) and straight up to parking lots on Left OR if you go straight up Fernihurst Dr, then just wrap all the way around the hill and several buildings ’til you see some parking lots. We will have signs out, can’t miss us.
From the WEST, take Interstate 40 to Hwy 240 and follow the above directions, exiting at Amboy Rd. (1c).
From the EAST,easiest might be to take Interstate 40 to Exit 47 (NC-191/Brevard Rd.), Right onto to merge onto I240/I26. Exit at 1C AMBOY RD. Rt on Meadow, LT Victoria, LT at Tech or Fernhurst. Look for Dowsers directional signs.LEFT onto TECH DR or the Fernihurst Dr entrance right next to each other.
FROM THE NORTH: Take I-26 W to Exit 47 (NC-191/Brevard Rd.), Left over Bridge and back onto I-240 to Amboy Rd Exit (1c). Turn Right on Meadow Rd at T Stoplight; Left onto Victoria, (sharp up hill); sharp Left onto Tech Dr. and wind up to parking lots, as above.